What amazes me more than the price is that at least three people decided to waste several minutes of their life enquiring about if the price was valid or not. The seller is clearly insane or trying to bluff his incompetence in his answers! It reminds me of the fruitcakes on eBay that contacted me about an auction of some old coaches to point out that they were mark III and not mark IV or some such triviality (when it was clear from the huge pictures included just what I was selling) but of course had no interest in actually buying the models...no, they just wanted to smugly tell me that they were serious Anoraks and I just couldn't compete with my more fashionable wet weather gear...
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